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Illustration & Concept Art

UCAS Code: W6G4

Foundation Degree - FD

Entry requirements


UCAS Tariff

64

You'll need to have: One of the following: 64 UCAS Tariff Points- from at least 2 GCE A Levels or BTEC National qualifications or a Foundation Diploma Access to HE Diploma in an art related programme with at least 45 credits at Level 3 Art & Design GNVQ- Pass AVCE, Art & Design- Grade C Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL) We welcome applications from people of any age who might not meet the standard entry criteria, but we would expect to see evidence of continuing academic and/or professional development and a capacity to pursue the course successfully. If your application is successful, you may be invited to attend an interview with a portfolio of design related work to demonstrate your ability and suitability for the course.

You may also need to…

Attend an interview

Present a portfolio

About this course


Course option

2.0years

Full-time | 2021

Illustration & Concept Art at University Centre Doncaster is a course built on the fundamental principles of perspective, composition, form, light, depth, colour and anatomy with drawing at it's core. We stand for the mastery of these fundamentals as essential building blocks leading to visual development using traditional and digital techniques in synthesis to create artwork, which is individual to you and commercially focussed on your career.

If you love drawing and design and are willing to commit to serious hard work and dedication there’s a place here for you.

This course aims to replicate, as closely as possible, the attitude, environment and practices found in professional studios. The focus is on transferable, traditional creative skills working hand in hand with high technology.

Acquire advanced professional skills leading to a specialist path.
Develop and produce a portfolio of creative and professional work.
Work on live projects and industrial placements. Identify a chosen specialist area and develop your portfolio accordingly.
If you have a burning passion for creative work which embraces both traditional and digital technologies and want to develop your skills towards employment then Doncaster is the place to be.

Assessment methods

If your application is successful, you may be invited to attend an interview with a portfolio of design related work to demonstrate your ability and suitability for the course.

Tuition fees

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England
£7,250
per year
Northern Ireland
£7,250
per year
Scotland
£7,250
per year
Wales
£7,250
per year

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Course location:

University Centre Doncaster

Department:

Leisure & Tourism

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